Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski Spices Up Dining Experiences by Introducing New 3D Dinner Show
The prestigious Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski is setting the bar so high by changing the definition of a dining experience as we know it. Kempinski’s very own Romanov restaurant is introducing a brand new concept, ‘Le Petit Chef’, making your taste buds indulge in their unique culinary creations.
From world’s iconic cities like London, Shanghai, Berlin, and Toronto all the way to Cairo, dinnertime stories like ‘Le Petit Chef’ will probably start having a presence. The concept is simple; it’s basically an international 3D projected dinner show. I mean, who doesn’t like some entertainment while digging in a sumptuous dish?
Guests will embark on a 3D mapping dining adventure where their dinner will actually come to life! The renowned Marco Polo will sail across their dinner table with a 6-course menu inspired by his silk route adventure. The premium show, taking place for the first time in Egypt, will be running three times per week only. The exclusive experience is going to be limited for eight seats only for every 2-hour show.